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Jewish Business News On Thursday, October 1st, 2020

Intel Capital Invests In Israel’s Lightbits Labs, Imperva Acquires US Company jSonar

Intel Lightbits From Lightbits Lightbits and Imperva show how Israeli innovation and businesses continue to show strength in the face of a worldwide slowdown caused by the Corona pandemic. Imperva may be American More...

Intel leads $12 Million investment in Israeli startup WSC Sports Technologies

Israeli startup WSC Sports Technologies, a company that provides automated video highlights-creating technology for sports broadcasters, has closed a $12 million series B financing round led by Intel’s More...

Roy Goldenberg On Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

Israeli Customer ID management solutions startup Gigya raises $35 million

– The round, led by Intel Capital, brings Gigya’s total funding to $104 million.     Israeli start up Gigya, which has developed a customer identity management platform, has raised More...

Gil Tanenbaum On Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

Israeli Next Generation Hyper-Efficient Hybrid Storage Innovator Raises $15 Million

Israel’s Reduxio Systems, which declares itself to be the next-generation hyper-efficient hybrid storage innovator, has closed a $15 million Series B round of funding. The company said that the new funding More...

Tzahi Hoffman On Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Intel invests $20 million in Israeli artificial vision Start up OrCam

– OrCam’s product for the visually impaired resembles Google Glasses. – – Intel Capital is investing $15-20 million in OrCam Technologies Ltd. The company develops a range of visual More...

Shmulik Shelach On Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Intel Capital Invests $10 Million In Three Israeli Start-ups

– The companies are interactive video platform Interlude, hybrid storage provider Reduxio Systems, and chip simulation acceleration provider Rocketick. – The winners in the Intel Capital Global More...

Albert Hecht On Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

MongoDb raises $150 million in latest round of funding

– Co –founder and CEO Max Schireson and CTO Eliot Horowitz announced that the funding reflects growing  interest in finding alternatives to traditional databases. –        MongoDB’s Co More...

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